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    Posted: November 28 2020 at 2:46am
Beautiful rifles thanks for posting.
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Very nice!
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My 2 PH examples. Both in mint mint shape.
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Probably.
Its a P-H ramp & blade yes?
You could probably modify something like a small "C-clamp" do it though.
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..ok, the "hood" isnt a necessity..but what about the site blade adjuster?
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Hoadie. In my limited experience, those hoods like on P-H Enfields and '94 Winchester's are always missing. Spring steel, snag it on a bush when hunting, goodbye! They are tough to find replacements in my neck of the woods.
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There is one on eBay under the header "Parker Hale."
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I have a P/H No1 MkIII* (1916 - BSA)

It has been my stalwart "go-to" rifle. Never lets me down.

BUT..I need a front site adjuster for it. Someone decided to remove the protective "hood" over the blade a few years back (NOT me), & now the sights are off a tad. (Would like to replace the "hood" as well.)

Anyone know where I can find said critter?
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Here's my shooter
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Lots of P-H & AJ/AG Parker bits, but no complete rifles.
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They all count, very nice !
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My dad has a Parker Hale Custom No4. 
I customized my Maltby to look like one. It has Parker Hale parts. Does that count?
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I have a couple of Enforcers manufactured by Parker Hale, do they count ?





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I don't have one of their lovely Sporter's; but I do have a 1918 SMLE that was converted to .22 trainer by Parker Hale. It's one of my favourite rifles.

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I have what I believe is a supreme #4 mk1/2. A 1945 that was FTRed in 1953. It came with the 10 rnd mag and I think it should of had a 5 rnd. Shoots very well and a nice piece of post war enfield history.
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